According to history and the myths, pearls are symbolic of wisdom gained through experience. The gems are believed to offer protection, as well as attract good luck and wealth. They are well-known for their calming effects. Pearls have a way of bringing balance to your karma. Despite the many different things pearls are said to symbolize, the most widely held meaning among people today is pearl’s as a symbol of the purity and loyalty of its wearer. This is one reason why more and more brides are opting to wear pearls on their wedding day. Not only are the gemstones absolutely stunning, but their symbolic meaning makes them ideal for the event.
There are numerous folktales and myths that surround the precious gem of the sea. Some of the ancient pearl myths seem really far-fetched. But, they do symbolize just how important these gems were to ancient civilizations. The most common colour of pearls is white, but various types of pearls are found in a variety of colours, depending on the mollusc and geographic location in which they were formed. A pearl’s colour adds another layer of symbolism. For example, white symbolises innocence, pink symbolises love and romance, yellow symbolises optimism and creativity, and black symbolises protection.
Forget the old saying, “Pearls bring tears.” Myth, legend, and religion, as well as ancient and modern metaphysics have spoken of the gems in glowing terms. Given pearl symbolism of wisdom, enlightenment, innocence, serenity, protection, and longevity, it’s safe to say that pearls are associated with good luck. So, this was a quite long introduction, but what I wanted to say is that pearls are always in my mind, even when I notice them on a tight dress as this one, the ideal choice for a party event, a nice dinner, or even Christmas eve. I like the bright colors and combination between white and nude. As you can see I have a added a fluffy jacket to enjoy, even more, my free time on this romantic terrace.
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